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"Why shouldn't we seize the mansions and bank accounts of the rich/thieves?"
Rall suggests/advises that the reader consider where they will be when the system finally collapses under its own weight, and what the reader will do about it.
I'm not going to spend any time here summarizing this book, because you really need to read it yourself.
No i have not read every word in this work yet but i am almost done with it and find it refreshing and very needed in this day and age in america. Read morePublished 6 months ago by che handala
Read this, and get ready. This book is pretty radical. It can get pretty macho at times, but the author brings up a lot of really good points.Published 18 months ago by Joshua Rollins
This product was cheaper on Amazon, and came in one day to my adress.
It works at described and im glad I bought it online, do not hesitate to purchase.
There is absolutely nothing to be gained in the reading of this book, simply because this book says nothing. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by Ron DiGiovanni
Looking at Rall's book "The Anti-American Manifesto" through the lens of academic review, it falls short of being anything relevant. Read morePublished on December 23, 2011 by Brook Johnson
As the "American Century" comes to a close the illusion of a "soft-landing" is quickly fleeting. Instead massive wealth inequality, wars with no end insight, ineffective and... Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by S. J. Boatwright
First, I should say that I enjoy a lot of Ted Rall's columns, and his books on Central Asia.
"Anti-American Manifesto," however, is delusional. Yes, the U.S. Read more
Nonsense. Ted Rall,a liberal, assumes alot of things falsely. He paints conservatives... people opposed to the destruction of traditional marriage/family values, pro constitution... Read morePublished on April 13, 2011 by CTgary